I’ve written before on why you might not want to install double-paned windows in your RV.
But some rigs already have them.
And more often than not, they’ll be foggy.
So what can you do when the double-paned windows in your RV fog up?
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Your best option is to take your rig in to a service company that specializes in repairing – not replacing – double-paned RV windows.
One of those companies is Suncoast Designers located just north of Tampa, Florida.
As much as you might want to do this yourself, repairing fogged RV windows is probably best left to the professionals.
There’s no telling what you’ll find when you dismantle a window, and each manufacturer installs their windows a little bit differently.
You should expect to pay between $200-$300 per window. This fee includes removal, restoration, and replacement of each double-paned window, assuming the company can reuse both panes of glass.
You’ll have to pay a bit more if the glass can’t be reused.
Watch this video on how Suncoast Designers restores fogged double-paned RV windows to like-new condition. Note: Video quality isn’t so good, but the sound is great.
Here’s a few companies that specialize in RV glass repair and defogging:
RV Glass Repair Services
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